Jump Cville was a design-build project by Martin Horn. We turned an abandoned movie theatre into a trampoline park with a short deadline and multiple structure issues. We built steel supports for 8,000 square feet of connected, world-class trampolines. The trampoline field features over 50 trampolines, angled wall trampolines, a pit of multicolored foam blocks, plus 2 basketball goals and dodgeball court. There were giant block walls in the building separating the existing theaters that had to be torn down. In order to get the steel in the building, we propped up the roof and cut wide sections out and brought the steel down. The floor was concaved, therefore each piece of steel had to be individually cut and formed perfectly for the base of the trampolines. The deadline was met on time thanks to lots of hard work and late nights by our field staff towards the end of the project.

PROJECT START: August 2014
PROJECT SIZE:
 22,000 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
 4 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$630,000
CONTRACT TYPE: 
Design-Build
PROJECT MANAGER:
Troy Royston
SUPERINTENDENT:  
Warren Green
ESTIMATOR:
Troy Royston
OWNER:
Legacy Management
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ONTACT:
Greg Lyons, gregl@acac.com
ARCHITECT:
 Legacy Management
CONTACT: 
Greg Lyons, gregl@acac.com

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